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10 Year Blog Anniversary Celebration!

10 Year Blog Anniversary Celebration!

Mark your calendars for the 10 Year Blog Anniversary Celebration! This Friday from September 18-27th, you are invited to join me in our 10 year blog anniversary celebration! It wouldn't be a celebration without freebies and giveaways. Make sure you actively check your...

Keep Calm and Teach On

Keep Calm and Teach On

This is the time of year where sickness is bound to happen. Colds, the flu, strep throat… these are all things we don’t want to bring into our studio. Add to the fact, a big concern right now being the coronavirus.  Teachers have been sharing that they are starting to...

75+ Ways to Say No (Music Teacher Tip #25)

75+ Ways to Say No (Music Teacher Tip #25)

Do you find yourself saying yes even when you really should be saying no? Do you end up so busy that you feel like you are drowning in a "sea" of to do's? Do you feel guilty for saying no? Do you struggle with how to say no? If you said yes to any of those questions,...

Taking a Break Is Hard to Do

Taking a Break Is Hard to Do

I recently took a few weeks off over the holidays from teaching. My goal for this break was to not do anything teaching, business or blog related and just enjoy family. I did great the first week! I had a few days before my daughter, husband and "granddogs" arrived....

Thankful for Music Because…

Thankful for Music Because…

This month I wanted to showcase in my piano studio why we are thankful for music. So I created a photo prop and stuck it in a page protector and had my students write with a dry eraser marker why they were thankful for music. Then I took a picture of them and will be...

Missed Lessons (Music Teacher Tip #17)

Missed Lessons (Music Teacher Tip #17)

One of the most common questions I see or hear from independent music teachers is, "what do you do when a student needs to miss a lesson?" OR "Do you do make-up lessons?" I don't do make-up lessons. Matter of fact, I am strongly against them. I don't know where the...

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